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As a corollary of the topic handled in the following wonplates
smallest zeroless
smallest pandigital
There are several equal product examples of both types
252 x 489984 = 2552 x 48384 = 2772 x 44544 = 123475968
333 x 659956 = 636 x 345543 = 6996 x 31413 = 9339 x 23532 = 219765348
Looking through the results I noticed that several palindromes appear I'd be interested to know what is the wheel with the largest number of members !
B.S. Rangaswamy (email) was much fascinated by the presentation made
There exist 12 pandigitals with 60606 as one of the palindromic factors. Click the image to get a HD illustration
There exist 15 pandigitals with 90909 as one of the palindromic factors. E.g. 90909 * 21312 = 1937452608 Click the image to get a HD illustration
as it is comprised of six fours and four sixes in a row. This has induced
48 Runs for victory
In the last over of the final match of a cricket tourney, the last pair
Harrington faced the This closely followed the pattern of the product of two distinct palindromes !
4444446666 = 45454 * 97779 B.S.Rangaswamy, thanks for all these interesting offshoots ! Soon after a reaction came from Peter Kogel [ Yes, I am indeed a great cricket fan and I am thoroughly enjoying the IPL
B.S. Rangaswamy sent me two more nice wheels [
With due regards to Peter Kogel for originating the concept of PP Wheel,
A. As an addition to my earlier list of write up on the subject -
B. A new PP-Wheel with 33333 as common Repdigital factor (FW 12A) is presented,
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